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Number | Authour(s) | Title | Date | Published in | Abstract | Paper |
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657 | Maya Bar-Hillel, Eyal Peer, Alessandro Acquisti | "Heads or Tails?" - A reachability bias in binary choice | (01/2014) | Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, Apr 28 , 2014, |
When asked to mentally simulate coin tosses, people generate sequences which differ... |
dp657.pdf |

627 | Omer Edhan | Values of Exact Market Games | (09/2012) |
We prove that a single-valued solution of perfectly competitive TU economies underling nonatomic... |
dp627R.pdf | |

620 | Amos Schurr, Ilana Ritov, Yaakov Kareev, Judith Avrahami | The Effect of Perspective on Unethical Behavior | (08/2012) |
In two experiments, we explored how the perspective through which individuals view their... |
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614 | Micha Mandel, Yosef Rinott | Cross-Sectional Sampling, Bias, Dependence, and Composite Likelihood | (07/2012) |
A population that can be joined at a known sequence of discrete times is sampled cross-... |
dp614.pdf | |

616 | Abraham Neyman | Continuous-time Stochastic Games | (08/2012) |
Every continuous-time stochastic game with finitely many states and actions has a uniform... |
dp616.pdf | |

641 | Ziv Hellman, Yehuda (John) Levy | Bayesian Games With a Continuum of States | (05/2013) |
Negative results on the the existence of Bayesian equilibria when state spaces have the... |
dp641.pdf | |

612 | Yehuda (John) Levy | A Discounted Stochastic Game with No Stationary Equilibria: The Case of Absolutely Continuous Transitions | (06/2012) |
We present a discounted stochastic game with a continuum of states, finitely many players and... |
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686 | Yonatan Aumann | A conceptual foundation for the theory of risk aversion | (06/2015) |
Classically, risk aversion is equated with concavity of the utility function. In this work we... |
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(03/2012) |
function of each player is bounded and continuous. We prove that in this class of games the... |
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(03/2012) |
first uncountable ordinal, and that this bound is tight. Also, we examine the connection between... |